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Tuesday, October 11th, 2011

Culture: Feminine Mystique from an Unlikely Place: Harold Pinter’s The Homecoming

by Gina Horan At first there was laughter from everywhere in the audience. A.C.T.’s production of Harold Pinter’s “The Homecoming” is bursting with such clever lines and witty dialogue, to view the play as comedic seemed natural. But, by the middle of act one, laughter faded into uncomfortable silence. Shock and discomfort followed. Pinter’s Tony©

Tuesday, October 11th, 2011

Inspiration: Southern Utah: Diplodocus was Here

by Alison McFarlane I live and love the legend and lore of the American West. Cowboys thrill me, Indian culture captivates me, prehistoric life intrigues me. Craving hot hiking trails and blazing fiery sunsets, I journey deeply...

Tuesday, October 11th, 2011

Inspiration: The NOLA Bucket List: What to See and Do in the City of Mardi Gras

by Shannon Connell New Orleans is a place where African American and European lineage and traditions collide to create a culture completely unique to the city; there’s really nowhere else like it in the world. In New...

Tuesday, October 11th, 2011

Style: Cristóbal Balenciaga captured Spain. In sound. In movement. In color. In spirit. Through Fashion.

by Cynthia English Balenciaga and Spain, an exhibition curated by Hamish Bowles, European editor at large of VOGUE, featuring nearly 120 haute couture garments, hats, and headdresses designed by Cristóbal Balenciaga, conceived and inspired by Oscar de...

Tuesday, October 11th, 2011

Culture: Big Sur: Explore the Magical Territory of California’s Central Coast

by Kirby Brooks “Big Sur is the California that men dreamed of years ago, this is the Pacific that Balboa looked at from the Peak of Darien, this is the face of the earth as the Creator...

Tuesday, October 11th, 2011

Culture: Catalunya, Spain: Straddling the Cultural Divide

by Rachel Ward “Esta es la Cataluña profunda,” quipped Juanjo—the tall and dark cinematographer boyfriend of my language partner Laia—referring to our remote location, deep in the wine and olive country of the Spanish province that borders...

Tuesday, October 11th, 2011

Culture: Tucson, AZ: Savoring the Sizzle of the American Southwest

by Alison McFarlane I’m a desert rat. I love dry heat, hot salsa and icy margaritas. I just spent a sizzling 72-hour summer weekend exploring Tucson, Arizona and all of the above delicacies. I picked up the...

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